We are continuing our creation of new mathematical and logic games during November and December – which includes the holidays-, making our games portfolio bigger and versatile. Our desire for continuous enrichment with modern games is like a collector addiction, something we cannot stop since it gives more powerful tools to teachers which means subtle ways for children’s improvement.
You cannot afford to avoid the social media because it has come to stay. Allowing your child to use it comes with its advantages and disadvantages. This is the reason why we highlighted the benefits to show you the positive part of it that can be put to great use to motivate children to learn better.
So, it is best to take the “bull by the horn” and ensure that your child uses the app that has YouTube trends to foster relaxation, confidence, responsibility, smartness, and helpfulness in every way possible while improving the child’s grades at the same time.
We are revealing and presenting 4 cool games we’ve created that can be easily used to foster computational thinking in early childhood. It is easy to create them and they require a minute or two to be set-up. Games like Sets and Processes are valuable even for creative thinking and can’t be found anywhere else. Judge for yourself their value.
Wouldn’t you like to make in a few minutes engaging and fun anagrams for kids with adorable images and videos as rewards? It is more than easy with learning app generator – Gabriel’s Seeds.
Children creativity can be ignited easily with for example proper ideas, acts or tools. We’ve found the way for teachers to make their lessons much more interactive, and help to nurture the creative skills that kids will be able to draw on for their entire lives.
Tool Dedicated to Teachers Searching Inspired Learning In several occasions, beautiful and original songs didn’t manage to become hits right away, and nor did their variations performed by other artists and their producers. But, after a while, such a song
Filling Gaps of Edu Giants with Cloud Technology Article by Matt Gomez about things he did not like on Educational Resources Hub http://mattbgomez.com/i-dont-like-tpt/ was a trigger to make this post. Let’s start from the beginning about what resource hubs for
We have found the solution, how to use modern technology in a new way to improve boring equations. We are stuffing older than a century math teaching K-3 with adorable images and gifs as variables and videos as rewards. Our approach is simple, remove variables like x, y, and z in equations and replace them with images. It is more understandable for kids and more fun. We are sharing lot of ideas and math learning apps.
How to Chill Classroom Atmosphere with Word Puzzles DO you know! Recent discoveries has it that apart from kids, teachers and even parents now enjoy word puzzles so much so that they can spent most of their time working on